LG pulls smartwatch
Published in News
20 November 2015

LG pulls smartwatch

Only the market for a week

LG has cancelled its latest smartwatch, the LG Watch Urbane 2nd Edition LTE after just six days on the market due to a “hardware issue.”

Intel inside flagship luxury Swiss watch
Published in Wearables

TAG Heuer for $1500

Traditional luxury Swiss watchmaker TAG Heuer has announced its $1500 smartwatch which is a victory for Intel.

Tag Heuer's watch teased
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Oh you little Intel Android tease you.

Google, Intel and luxuary watch-makter Tag Heuer have been teasing the release of a new smartwatch.

Huawei Watch available for pre-order in Europe
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Starts at €399

Huawei is finally bringing its smartwatch to Europe and has started to take pre-orders via its official European online store.

India gets Alcatel OneTouch Watch
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Alcatel's affordable stunner up for grabs in India.

We love the design of Alcatel OneTouch Watch. It's beaten almost all of the more established players in that respect. After the announcement in Berlin a few weeks ago, it's now available for purchase.

Apple Watch gets superficial changes
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Watch OS 2.0 update on September 16

Apple has unveiled couple of new updates for its Apple Watch, including new apps, finishes and straps.

Samsung lets Android rivals use its watch
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Wants wider adoption

Samsung to make its Tizin smartwatch work with competitors' Android smartphones.

Samsung announces Tizen watch
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Gear 2 gives Apple a run for its money

Samsung has officially announced its new smartwatch which it has based on its own Tizen operating system.

Android Wear now works with iPhones
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Liberate yourself from the iWatch

Apple users who have realized that owning an iWatch is a liability are being given the chance to upgrade to more sensible technology.

Analyst dubs Apple a scaredy cat
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Too frightened to reveal iWatch failure

A German analyst has dismissed Apple's claims that it does not want to reveal its iWatch figures because it would give the competition an advantage.